Weekly Wow! Week of November 4, 2019

Showcase 2019 Top 100 winner: "Boulder Beach at Sunrise, Acadia National Park, Maine" © John R. Kuhn Jr.
Showcase 2019 Top 100 winner: “Boulder Beach at Sunrise, Acadia National Park, Maine” © John R. Kuhn Jr.

All of this week’s Weekly Wow! images can be seen in the slideshow on the NANPA homepage at nanpa.org.

The following Showcase images have been selected to appear on the NANPA home page for the week beginning Monday, November 4, 2019.  To view all of the top 250 photographs from NANPA’s 2019 Showcase competition, see the photo gallery on the NANPA website. 

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Weekly Wow! Week of August 26, 2019

All of this week’s Weekly Wow! images can be seen in the slideshow on the NANPA homepage at nanpa.org.

Showcase 2019 Top 100 winner: "Colorful Fall Leaves Along Bishop Creek," Bishop Creek, Inyo County, California © Ian S. Frazier.

Showcase 2019 Top 100 winner: “Colorful Fall Leaves Along Bishop Creek,” Bishop Creek, Inyo County, California © Ian S. Frazier.

The following Showcase images have been selected to appear on the NANPA home page for the week beginning Monday, August 26, 2019.  To view all of the top 250 photographs from NANPA’s 2019 Showcase competition, see the photo gallery on the NANPA website.  The period for entering your best shots in this year’s Showcase began August 1st  and runs until through September 16th.  What are you waiting for?  Let’s get shooting!  Your best shot might be your next one.

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Photographing the Wapiti Wolf Pack in Yellowstone

The Wapiti wolf pack in Yellowstone.

The Wapiti wolf pack in Yellowstone.

Story & photos by Scott Joshua Dere

For 10 years, I have been traveling to Yellowstone National Park to pursue my love for wildlife photography. Every year the park has given me special scenes to photograph and animals to see in their natural environment.

One of the most coveted species to see in this national park are wolves. I have seen them many times in and around the park but usually it’s at great distances, similar to the above photograph, or on a late night drive. However, this year my guide, Christopher Daniel, and I were able to track them closely for 3 days, until we were gifted with a rare close encounter.

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